Issue 134 - 03 | Organizational Sabotage: How to Spot It, and How to Stop It

By Robert M. Galford, Bob Frisch & Cary Greene
Published Oct. 14, 2015 10:00 a.m.
“Someone is sabotaging your organization. Not deliberately. But that doesn’t matter. The damage that this person is causing is just as bad, and maybe even worse, than it would be if he or she planned it. Day by day, operating under the radar, this person is undermining the work of your company. In effect, he or she is putting sand in your machine. And if you don’t identify and redirect that person’s destructive behavior (and eliminate its cause), your company’s gears may suddenly grind to a halt.”

About Robert M. Galford, Bob Frisch & Cary Greene | Robert M. Galford is the managing partner of the Center for Leading Organizations and coauthor of The Trusted Advisor, The Trusted Leader, and Your Leadership Legacy. He teaches executive education programs at the Columbia University Graduate School of Business, the Kellogg Graduate School of Management, and Harvard University. Bob Frisch is the managing partner of the Strategic Offsites Group and is considered among the world’s leading strategic facilitators. He is the author of Who’s In the Room? Cary Greene is partner at the Strategic Offsites Group and consults with boards and senior executives on large-scale transformations and challenging strategic issues. He is published in Harvard Business Review.

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